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About: kansas city, missouri

The city was the site of several Civil War battles, most notoriously the Battle of Westport. It is officially nicknamed the "City of Fountains" because, with over 200 fountains, the city claims to have the second most in the world behind only Rome.

Population: 475830
Local Newspapers: The Kansas City Star
Local Sports Teams: Kansas City Chiefs (NFL) Kansas City Royals (MLB) Kansas City Wizards (MLS)
Local Colleges: University of Missouri-Kansas City Rockhurst University Alvila University Park University

Zip Codes associated with kansas city, missouri: 64101 64102 64105 64106 64108 64109 64110 64111 64112 64113 64114 64116 64117 64118 64119 64120 64123 64124 64125 64126 64127 64128 64129 64130 64131 64132 64133 64134 64136 64137 64138 64139 64145 64146 64147 64149 64150 64152 64153 64154 64155 64156 64157 64158 64161 64163 64164 64165 64166 64167 64192
Towns/Cities near kansas city, missouri : Gladstone Pleasant Valley Liberty Westwood Raytown

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"A library outranks any other one thing a community can do to benefit its people. It is a never failing spring in the desert."

Russell Stover presents challenges for parent company

Turning around Russell Stover is taking longer than anticipated, The New York Times reports.

Appeals court lets suit by Michael Brown's friend press on

KANSAS CITY, Mo. A federal appeals court has upheld a judge's refusal to throw out a lawsuit questioning a Ferguson police officer's use of force involving the man who was with Michael Brown when that officer shot Brown to death three years ago.

State Ex Rel Family Support Division v. Steak Take LLC LLC

STATE of Missouri EX REL. FAMILY SUPPORT DIVISION, Respondent, v. STEAK'M TAKE'M LLC and Steak M & Take M LLC and Ervin Ross, Jr. Individually, Appellants.

Avoid a trip to the ER on your summer vacation with these expert tips

The last place you'd expect to land during a relaxing summer getaway is in the emergency room, but according to a national survey, it happens more often than we think. According to a recent survey from Orlando Health, one in four travelers will wind up adding an ER visit to their vacation destinations.

88-year-old woman with terminal illness meets and flirts with Luke Bryan

A federal judge in Michigan blocked the deportation of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals on Monday, giving the immigrants time to make their cases in court befor... -- The family of 11-month-old Charlie Gard, whose illness has damaged his brain and rendered him unable to breathe on his own, asked a U.K. court today for permission... Washington, D.C. - Today, the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry held a hearing titled "Commodities, Credit, and Crop Insurance: Pe... Nebraska head coach Mike Riley is confident that junior quarterback Tanner Lee will be up to the task this fall.

Kansas City Tuesday News Clearinghouse

Hottie Bridgette B. inspires this afternoon collection of all the important Kansas City mainstream media links related to local news and real estate hotness. Take a look: After weekend storms left nearly 140,000 Kansas City Power & Light customers without power, Northeast residents are still working to repair damages made to homes, cars and trees.

State insurance commissioners back NFIP reauthorization

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners is urging Congress to immediately reauthorize the National Flood Insurance Program prior to its scheduled expiration on Sept. 30. Reauthorization would help avoid short-term extensions and program lapses that create uncertainty in the insurance, housing and lending markets, the Kansas City, Missouri-based organization said in a statement on Tuesday.

Luke Bryan Makes an Exception to His No Butt-Grabbing Rule For an...

The "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day" singer made an exception to his no butt-grabbing policy for Frances Stanaway, an 88-year-old terminally ill fan, prior to his concert at the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Stanaway was given the opportunity last week to meet Bryan through the Crossroads Hospice Gift of a Day program, along with her son, Vincent Sokolaski, and his wife, Linda.

Bustamante civil case settled

Alyssa Bustamante owes Patricia Preiss $5 million - plus interest at 9 percent per year until the debt is paid - according to a settlement Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem approved Monday. Bustamante, now 23, was 15 when she killed Preiss' daughter, nine-year-old Elizabeth Olten, in 2009 and buried her in a shallow grave near the Lomo Drive homes where both girls lived.

Tuesday is Twa's Day

Trans World Airlines was a major American airline from 1924 until 2001. It was formed as Transcontinental & Western Air to operate a route from New York City to Los Angeles via St. Louis, Kansas City, and other stops, with Ford Trimotors.

Busy day at 311 Call Center after weekend storm

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Saturday night's storm caught Kathy Sellin by surprise, especially the high winds that did a number on her backyard and out front.

Luke Bryan Puts a Smile on the Face of 88-Year-Old Fan With Terminal Illness

Before his concert in Kansas City, Mo., on July 21, Luke Bryan shared a memorable meet-and-greet with one of his biggest fans, 88-year-old Francis Stanaway, who is battling a terminal illness. Decked out in her "Shake It For Me, Luke" sweatshirt, not only did Francis get the chance to chat with Luke and attend his concert, but she also took part in a photo op that put a big smile on her face.

Commerce's leader in Wichita dies

The head of Commerce Bank's operations in Wichita, John Clevenger, died Saturday at the age of 49. Clevenger was hired 20 years earlier by Kansas City-based Commerce to help build up its Wichita operations, The Wichita Eagle reports.

Coast kids headed to Junior Olympics

In just a few days, the Gulf Coast Eagles will be heading to the Junior Super Bowl in Kansas City, Mo. "It's very inspiring for me because when I was their age, we didn't have that opportunity," said Coach Leroy Johnson.

Motorcyclist killed in early morning crash

Excessive Heat Warning issued July 23 at 2:12AM CDT expiring July 23 at 7:00PM CDT in effect for: Barton, Benton, Camden, Cedar, Dade, Dallas, Dent, Hickory, Jasper, Laclede, Maries, Miller, Morgan, Newton, Phelps, Polk, Pulaski, Saint Clair, Vernon Flood Warning issued July 23 at 1:52AM CDT expiring July 24 at 4:15AM CDT in effect for: Jackson Excessive Heat Warning issued July 22 at 3:34AM CDT expiring July 23 at 7:00PM CDT in effect for: Barton, Benton, Camden, Cedar, Hickory, Jasper, Maries, Miller, Morgan, Newton, Saint Clair, Vernon KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A motorcycle driver was killed when he lost control on wet pavement on Mt.

Downtown Duluth lands big museum-style art gallery

Joe Nease will open a gallery space in the 101-year-old building at 23 W. First St. in October. A fire-damaged former formal-wear store in a historic downtown building is being remodeled and will open this fall as one of the largest art gallery spaces in Duluth.

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